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Sunday, November 12

11:00 AM – Portico with Leah Koenig
11:30 AM – The Necessity of Exile with Shaul Magid
1:00 PM – Kibbitz & Nosh: When We All Met at Dubrow’s Cafeteria with Marcia Bricker Halperin and Kevin Baker
1:00 PM – The Routledge History of Antisemitism with Robert Williams, Mehnaz Afridi, Mark Weitzman and James Wald
1:30 PM – Fierce Love and Awakenings with Rabbi Benjamin Spratt, Rabbi Joshua Stanton, and Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis
3:00 PM – The Little Liar with Mitch Albom

Monday, November 13

2:00 PM – Conversation: Isaac Bashevis Singer Writings on Yiddish and Yiddiskayt: The War Years 1939-1945 with David Stromberg and Lisa Newman

Tuesday, November 14

5:00 PM – The Postcard with Anne Berest and Leslie Camhi

Wednesday, November 15

6:30 PM – Two Roads Home: Hitler, Stalin, and the Miraculous Survival of MY Family with Daniel Finkelstein & Jonathan Goldberg

Thursday, November 16

4:00 PM – Crisis in the Middle East – a Conversation with Itamar Rabinovich and Tom Friedman

Sunday, November 19

11:00 AM – Hour of Need: The Daring Escape of the Danish Jews during World War II with Ralph Shayne
11:00 AM – Harboring Hope with Susan Hood
11:30 AM – Jewish Board Books with Sarah Aroeste, Ann Koffsky, and Nancy Churnin
1:00 PM – Impossible Escape: A True Story of Survival and Heroism in Nazi Europe with Steve Sheinkin
1:00 PM – Interactive Reading – Ella KVELLephant and the Search for Bubbe’s Yiddish Treasure with Jen Kostman
1:30 PM – All of a Kind Authors
3:00 PM – Number the Stars with Lois Lowry and Sean Hartley

This program is made possible in part by support from the Battery Park City Authority.

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